HOW: Hold a round weight, ideally a kettlebell upside-down that fits in your hand. Grip the weight while staying strong through your arm, shoulder, and shoulder blade. Walk while holding the weight for the time instructed.   FEEL: This should feel like a challenging grip...

HOW: Place the swissball against a wall. Make sure to have a sturdy chair or step. While in a seated, upright position, push into the ball with your foot flat on the ball. There should be a bend in your knee as you push...

HOW: Slightly bend your knee with your toe pointed forward. Use a wall for balance and push through the balls of your foot raising your heels off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Push through all...

HOW: Slightly bend your knees with your toes pointed forward. Use a wall for balance and push through the balls of your feet raising your heels off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Push through all...

HOW: Position the step against a wall. Place the balls of your foot on the edge of the step. Slightly bend your knee and raise your heel off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Hold onto...

HOW: Position the step against a wall. Place the balls of your feet on the edge of the step. Slightly bend your knees and raise your heels off of the ground. Your entire body should be going up with the heel raise. Hold onto...

HOW: Lay on your back close to a wall. Place your feet flat on the wall creating a 90 degree bend in your knees. Push into the wall with one leg without moving your leg or body. At the same time you’re pushing into...

HOW: Place a tennis ball, lacrosse ball, or any other small circular like object in between your heels. Squeeze the ball with your heelas and keep that constant tension during the whole exercise. Then, push up with your toes raising your heels. Make sure...

HOW: Start with your hips against the wall. Make sure your feet are about shoulder width apart. Bend over and place your elbows on your knees. Starting with your back flat, arch it downwards, then curve it upwards in a controlled, slow motion. Imagine...